Chic southwest inspired accessories for Fall

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Chic southwest inspired accessories for Fall

Postby na6y12013 » Wed May 01, 2013 8:36 am

Chic southwest inspired accessories for Fall
Navajo and Aztec prints are always in. The familiar patterns show up every year and still manage to stay fresh and original looking when paired with new trends. This year, the patterns inspired by the beauty of southwest landscapes are captured on leather clutches, capes, scarves and jacquard handbags. It seems as though no two prints are alike, so you can pile up on this style with several colors, textures and designs to choose from.
UGG Australia is in the forefront of the Navajo trend this season. The women's embroidered clutch is made of soft, deconstructed suede and features raw-cut leather lacing, antique-finished bolo beads, and exquisite embroidery with an earthy feel. The braid-detailed, detachable leather strap converts from cross-body to clutch, and the effortless, fold-over style is created from a single, oversized pouch.
Pendleton Aztec printed apparel and accessories are a major hit this season with designs that will last a lifetime and styles you can wear with everything. The Sling Bag, Riding Shorts and Reversible Cape can be paired with almost anything in your closet.
The Stripe Arizona Poncho Shawl by Spun Scarves has geometric Aztec print and fringe and can also be worn as a scarf. Designed by Cindy Freeman in Manhattan Beach, California, Spun Scarves was named after the designer's passion for spinning mixed fiber blends using linen, cotton, rayon, and cashmere. "Embracing ease, versatility, and simple shapes, each scarf can also be worn as a belt,Cheap Jeremy Scott, halter top, or dress".
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